Burying Time Capsule

Burying Time Capsule
1859 - 150th Anniversary of Parish - 2009 (photo by Scott & Debbie Travers )

Monday, July 11, 2011

Flat Stacey at St. Luke's

Here's Rev. Andrew with some of St. Luke's Sunday School children with Flat Stacey.  The project was an interactive learning event for Sunday School children and teachers through-out the Diocese of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island.  Each student got a Flat Stacey or Flat Stanley to colour and on the back put their name and church address, then send it off to Synod.  At Synod, each table had a Flat Stacey and Flat Stanley and people sitting at those tables were asked to take a Flat Stacey or Flat Stanley back to their home church and photograph it with the people of that church then return it to the Sunday School student and their church family.
Flat Stanleys are flying
from near and from far
some come by post
and some in a car!
We're holding our breath
will there be many more?
Work quickly, we need
them by May Twenty-Four!
There's room for each Stanley
And yes, Stacey too.
So join in and colour
Be sure that you do!
Synod will listen -
consider them well -
then send them to you
with a story to tell!

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